Big Weekend Odds Latest: I'm a Celeb, Strictly and X Factor

X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger (above) is in for a busy night on Saturday
X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger (above) is in for a busy night on Saturday
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On a huge weekend for reality TV, the first celeb will leave the jungle tonight on I'm a Celebrity, the X Factor champion is crowned on Sunday and it's quarter final time on Strictly, so here are the latest odds...

"It’s quarterfinals time on Strictly, with Mollie King odds-on to leave this weekend at 4/6 ahead of Davood Ghadami at 3/1."

Bettors are bracing themselves for a bumper weekend of reality TV, with I'm a Celebrity, the X Factor and Strictly all promising big drama and great betting opportunities. As temperatures drop to their lowest this winter, it's an ideal weekend to be in front of the box and, if you put a few quid on the outcomes, the action could be even more compelling.

First up, is Friday's I'm a Celebrity, when Shappi Khorsandi is the 15/8 favourite to leave the jungle ahead of Kezia Dugdale at 2/1 and Vanessa White at 11/4. Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo, meanwhile, continues to lead the betting to win the series - she's the big 8/15 favourite ahead of Snake Rock team mate Amir Khan at 5/1 and lovable northern lad Jamie Lomas at 13/2.

After that there's the X Factor final on Sunday night. Rak-Su are the hot 4/9 favourites, ahead of Grace Davies who is out to 10/3, with guitar hero Kevin Davy White the outsider at 6/1. It's been a two horse race since finals began from a betting perspective between Rak-Su and Grace, but punters are backing the London boy band to go all the way now that we're on the home straight.

Finally, it's quarterfinals time on Strictly, with Mollie King odds-on to leave this weekend at 4/6 ahead of Davood Ghadami at 3/1. For the first time this series it's actor Joe McFadden who is the favourite to win the show, overtaking Debbie McGee who is just behind at 5/2 and Alexandra Burke the 10/3 third favourite. Joe was just 16/1 to win when the show started, so anyone who backed him from the outset will be hoping his great run of dance-form can continue for another couple of weeks.


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